What is the Opticom system for the traffic signals in Hampton?
The Opticom system allows Fire and EMS vehicles to control the green light in order to provide a speedy response and protect the driving public. There are currently over 100 intersections using the system.

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1. Are there any plans to upgrade the traffic signal system or traffic flow systems in Hampton?
2. Can I be assured of a safe crossing if I follow the pedestrian signals?
3. Do I need to activate the pedestrian signal or can I just wait for the light to change?
4. How are the signals timed and why do I have to wait so long for the green light?
5. How is it determined that a traffic signal is needed at a location?
6. How much does it cost to install a new traffic signal?
7. How should I drive if a traffic signal is not operating properly or is out altogether?
8. What is the Opticom system for the traffic signals in Hampton?
9. Whom should I call to report a problem with a traffic light or to address concerns about existing traffic signal timings?
10. Why are pedestrian signals available at some intersections and not others?
11. Why do we need so many traffic signals on our roadways?
12. Why don't traffic signals have a left turn arrow all of the time?
13. Wouldn't pedestrian signals make all intersections safer?
14. Who repairs and maintains the school zone warning lights?